Experienced and results oriented engineer capable of coaching, training and mentoring scientists, engineers and technicians in the field of control systems. Adept at developing and implementing operational improvements through novel approaches. First-hand experience of product and process development techniques.
• Pragmatic mechatronics
Responsible for providing expertise in process modeling, control systems, and new technology development to the various mills throughout the company. Duties include performing simulation studies of systems, control algorithm design, development and implementation, and serving as a technical interface between external vendors and internal engineering departments. Also serve as the primary mentor to new engineers in the division. Additionally, serve as lecturer for the ArcelorMittal University courses on mill control and for university recruiting.
Responsible for the design, test and debugging of control algorithms for microprocessor controlled automotive systems. Responsibilities also included simulation studies, dynamometer and vehicle testing of systems, product design and development, interfacing with the OEM and company divisions, and directing software engineers, hardware engineers and technicians to accomplish these tasks.
Responsible for the analysis of classified weapons systems, interfacing with the project sponsors, modeling and creating computer simulations of radar and missile guidance systems, and using these simulations for ECM and ECCM evaluations
Recipient of the Research & Development Innovation awards (2018 (2), 2016, 2014 & 2012) and Inland Steel (Legacy Company) Quality Award (1996)
Nine U.S. Patents have been granted in the areas of control systems and hydraulic design.
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